Other views of the 14th century tunic

Other views of this gown

Other views of this surcoat
On the left: A reproduction of a 14th century tunic with buttoned sleeves. Tunics of many varieties were worn throughout the medieval period.

Middle top: A Norman Bliaut of the 12th-13th century. Gores in blue material(sides and back), pointed angel style sleeves lined with blue, fitted undersleeves matching dress, and lacing down sides.

On the right: A basic short split-hem over-tunic with small cuffs, standup collar, and buttoned front.

In front: A surcoat worn over a kirtle. Surcoats were worn from the 13th century to the 15th century. This pattern is based on an earlier English style.

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